EMCrit Podcast - Emergency Critical Care
Summary: Help me fill in the blanks of the practice of ED Critical Care. In this podcast, we discuss all things related to the crashing, critically ill patient in the Emergency Department. Find the show notes at emcrit.org.
Aviation is to anesthesia as Combat Aviation is to Resuscitation
Tricyclic overdoses are not uncommon and these patients can be incredibly ill.
Learn about Janus General
So last podcast, I bashed on sodium bicarbonate or as John Kellum and David Story call it: chloride-free sodium. This episode I talk about all the good reasons to use NaBicarb.
More on Bicarb in the Critically Ill and a discussion with John Kellum, MD
Thomas Scalea discusses new frontiers in the management of ICP and TBI
The vortex approach is a new paradigm for airway management in all areas of the hospital
Chad Meyers' lecture on fluid resus in severe sepsis
SMACC - The best Critical Care Conference...EVER!!
I debate Paul Mayo on whether standard laryngoscopy still has a role in emergency and critical care intubation
One of the best palliative care lectures I have ever heard.
I received a distressed email from a fan who was dismayed that other residents in her program were bashing medical podcasting; this is my response.
A place for your Clinical Cases and Questions that are not podcast specific
Since Peter Pronovost's landmark study on how a simple checklist can nearly abolish central line infections, checklists have been the darling of the medical literature